By accepting the Divine Union of Lord Krishnaa, the Divine Father of One's Being and Beloved Raadhaa, the Divine Mother of One's Being SathGuru is born from within Oneself who blesses One with Sudharshana Chakram. Topics: Divine Union, Krishna, Radha
Radha Burnier. Presidente de la Sociedad Teosófica, dio la siguiente charla, previamente publicada en “El Teósofo”, en la cabaña Adyar, Madrás (ahora Chennai), en febrero 1994.-Traducido por Carlos Diaz de la publicación original en http://theosophy.katinkahesselink.net/radha-burnier/burnier-krishnamurti.htm Topics: krishnamurti, radha burnier
Lord Sri Radhavallabh lal of radhavallabh temple in Vrindavan, India. The Yugal Seabrook of Sri Radha Krishna. Photo courtesy Radha Krishna Spiritual Portal favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: radhavallabh, radha, krishna, radhakrishna
Things get hot and heavy this episode, when Krishna plays a tune on his magic flute and all the girls come running. The association of religious devotion with carnal love is found in Sikhism, Sufi Islam and even mystical Christianity. I've always suspected that the idea was born in India as Bhakti and then gradually made its way westward through the Islamic world and finally into Western Christianity. It would be an interesting study-- the timelines certainly fit! Next episode, we'll get back... Topics: Krishna, Radha, Gopi
Rasiya is my own composition. In the song Radha cries her heart out in the absence of her eternal lover Krishna. Written & composed by Bijayashree Samal Topic: Rasiya Sawan Radha Krishna Love bijayashree Shree'sVeryOwn
Ruth St. Denis was an iconic figure in the early 20th century who is often hailed as the mother of Modern dance in America. Along with Isadora Duncan and Lois Fuller, she is credited with the sweeping changes in movement and dance and perceptions about the same in the said era. Ruth St. Denis's art was a synthesis of different cultural influences. Predominant among these were Hindu beliefs and Hindu culture. The purpose of this paper is to examine the extent of these influences and the depth... Topics: Ruth St. Denis, Hindu culture, 'Radha', 'Incense" and 'Nautch'
Songs of the Love of Radha and Krishna by the poet Vidyapati. Before Krishna became the hero of the Mahabharata and spoke the Bhagavad Gita, he was a humble flute-playing cowherd boy and loved the gopis (cowherd girls), who all had husbands but still met with Krishna at night. Of all the gopis the most devoted was Radharani, and these poems tell their story. Radha's love is an example of abandoning worldly affairs to love God (Krishna). In Vaishnava temples Radha is worshipped alongside... Topics: Krishna, Radha, Hare Krishna, Chaitanya, Vidyapati, Jayadeva, Rasa, Gopi, Brindaban